All three parts of this experiment and album are DEDICATED TO DADDY BUTTYHOLE who died 10/13/2014 under yet unknown circumstances three days after completing Part III of this album. Your passing means a great loss to the project, the noiseUnion and all of its members. WE KNOW YOUR SPIRIT IS STILL AMONG US -
Strecke|Zeit|Geschwindigkeit- part I of a thought experiment
a noise experiment in highspeed inspired by Carl Friedrich Gauß and Werner Heisenberg containing tracks between 252-1008 BPM building the prequel of the following album.
The experiments questions must be:
-Why is it impossible to measure the exact speed and location of a moving object at the same time? -Did Heisenberg really try hard enough to do so before giving up? -What was Gauß' part in this drama of science but random by nature? -Could this measuring itself have influenced the conditions of the measured? -What about Rats or Elefants? or even BOTH? -Would you care about all of that, while sitting in a box, not knowing if you are getting killed by a cat, killed by this box, or saved by an outside curiousity, that had put you in here in the first place? or simply:
"DID SCHRÖDINGERS CAT EAT THE RAT? - part II of a thought experiment"
which is dedicated to a friend, who taught us to speak like cats.
This new experiments single question must be : "What can we say about the chances of a rat beeing alive or not, if it was put, as an extra factor, into the well-known box of Schödingers well-known experiment with the well known cat inside the same mentioned box ?"
Possible answers are (a result of this science-dada-noise-experiment):
-Nothing? - The Number of possible interactions tend to be unsolveable endless? -At least less than we know about that damn cat, that we don't know much about? -Natural Laws don't care for species. We know the same as we know about the cat? -We know more about the rat, because if the cat is dead, so sure also is the rat, maybe even with a living cat? -Everything? (I must Know) - Its a question of time, but the damn rat is dead over time anyway, killed by the cat or the box, and even if the box or rat would kill the stupid cat and the lucky rat would survive both the box and the cat, once there will be nothing left to eat after the dead cat was consumed, and so the only way that this rat might survive at last is, that someone outside the box suddenly gets early enough curious enough to start measuring the event by opening that damn box !!!!!
All this answers are as false as they are true under given circumstances, so the only question left to be answered in an upcoming experiment is:
In which way would it affect the curiousity of the out-of-the-box-participants, and thus the chances for an earlier measuring of the experiments results, and thus the chances of survival for all of the in-the-box-participants, if in addition a RAT FEARING ELEFANT had been put into the box.
What leads to Part III of a thought experiment
"Why Elefants Are In This Experiment" or "Why Are Elefants In This Experiment?"
Which solves the problem by switching position of two words to symbolise that the right answer is mostly given in the precisely posed question and follwing this in the arrangement of the experiment itself what has been proven with the audio-results of this experiment. or "what has been proven with the audio-results of this experiment?"
all samples used were produced on DIYS circuit-bent devices and recorded or found in the environment. no humans, animals or plants were harmed during the recordings